• Daniel Haszard September 27, 2010 at 10:35 am

    The deal with Zyprexa is that Eli Lilly pleaded guilty to criminal wrongs ("viva Zyprexa" campaign) the Zyprexa saga was rotten through and through.

    Eight Lilly EMPLOYEES got about $8 million each as supposed informant 'whistle blowers'.Lawyers on BOTH sides got millions and millions……most patient claimants who got sick are 'mentally challenged' and less able to advocate for themselves.

    We must remember that Zyprexa is way way over prescribed,as only a maximum of 1 percent of the world's population is indicated for atypical anti-psychotics.

    The Class action Lawsuits in the US had payouts of $85,000 BUT the lawyers got 45 percent and then the govt got most of the rest for having to take care of the victim/patients medical expenses.Soooo,$85K turned into about $9,000 for Zyprexa claimants many had their food stamps and other state benefits taken away because of their *windfall profit* making them worse off in the end.


    Daniel Haszard Zyprexa whistle-blower and patient who got diabetes from it.

  • Daniel Haszard September 27, 2010 at 8:56 pm

    Eli Lilly & Co, the world's biggest maker of psychiatric drugs,

    Psychotropic meds are indicated for true clinical conditions.

    Zyprexa was pushed by Lilly Drug Reps.

    They called it the "Five at Five" (5 mg at 5 pm to keep nursing home patients subdued and sleepy) and "VIVA ZYPREXA" (Zyprexa for everybody) campaigns to off label market Eli Lilly Zyprexa as a fix for unapproved usage

    I was prescribed Eli Lilly Zyprexa by my physician *off-label* for PTSD and it was all wrong,cost me a lot of money and the side effects damaged my pancreas and gave me life-long diabetes.–

    Daniel Haszard

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